The Deadly Deep: The Definitive History Of Submarine Warfare
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The war below
What started out as an ineffectual underwater boat―derided and loathed in equal measure―evolved into the most powerful and terrifying vessel ever invented, with enough destructive power to end all life on Earth. The Deadly Deep charts how the submarine rose to become one of the key components of modern warfare.
Beginning with Archimedes’ discovery of the Principle of Buoyancy, we journey through the centuries, from David Bushnell’s invention of the first combat submarine in 1775 (intended to attack the British navy) through epic tales of submarine warfare in World Wars I and II, to the advent of today’s deadly nuclear-powered subs.
Innovation, danger, and power converge in this compelling history of war beneath the waves.
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|Release Date:||December 4, 2018|